It’s not every day a new game inspired by the roller derby is made.Today, Ubisoft unveiled Roller Champions, a free-to-play team-based sports game where players skate, pass, dodge and score in a fan-packed arena. Players can download and play the Roller Champions E3 demo for four days only, from now until June 14, 2019 at 1 pm UTC (9pm UTC+8) on Uplay for PC. Roller Champions will release in early 2020.

Fast and Fun

Developed by Ubisoft Montreal with Ubisoft Winnipeg and Ubisoft Pune, Roller Champions is a new sports sensation delivering exhilarating and fast-paced team PvP gameplay – on wheels. Two teams of three players are pitted against each other in arenas around the world, and players are cheered on by crowds of roaring fans as they acquire the ball, pass it to teammates and dodge and tackle opponents to score a goal in the illuminated hoop that appears above the rink.

Fierce and Friendly

Competition is everywhere, so teamwork is crucial on the road to becoming Roller Champions! Roller Champions combines fun and collaborative team play with fierce and friendly competitive action. Three players team up and use speed, wit, tackles, and dodges to lap around the arena to be the first team to reach five points. Ride up and down the walls of the elliptical arena to gain speed, pivot, pass or race toward the goal to take a shot.

Roll up to Glory

As players progress, they will gain more and more fans – eventually filling up an entire arena! Once one arena is filled to the max, players will move to a bigger arena to fit their growing fan base. They will unlock customization items like new gear, fan celebrations, fan outfits and animations and more. Roller Champions leaderboards keep track of those making Roller Champions history.


For four days only, download the Roller Champions E3 demo at the official website
For the latest news on Roller Champions and other Ubisoft games, you can visit their official news site and join the conversation by using #rollerchampions. You can also follow Ubisoft on Facebook and YouTube for more updates.

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